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An End to Terrorism

May 4, 2012 by


The world should pursue an end to terrorism at any cost.  Every nation is aware that terror works, if left unchecked.  The world can’t afford another people who have suffered unchecked terrorism like that of African-Americans.  These people have suffered under a constant terror attack that goes back a century.  As a result, they’ve no […]

Mother of Two Starts Her Own Internet Business

March 24, 2012 by


She hasn’t worked on a job for a few months now, but Mrs. Lauretta Baldwin-Wilson is vigorously searching for work; sending out dozens of resumes and is literally knocking on doors.  She has posted on Facebook asking friends to tell her of any job openings.  She has a new-born and is living on her husband’s paycheck; the financial […]

How Entrepreneurs changed the Internet from User Content to a Business Content Driven Concept

January 18, 2012 by


In the old days of the internet it was then simply an opportunity for anyone to research, post, and dream of what this new thing, the World Wide Web, would be.  One would pay a fee for access and then, the information world would open.  Mind you, what it would become, no one knew; that’s […]

All Racist, Sexist, and other Bigots are Spayed & Neutered!

January 4, 2012 by


That’s not Occupy Memphis’ sentiments; but racism is a huge problem in Memphis, Tennessee; even black Memphians who are in leadership positions get in on the racist bandwagon.  How bad is racism and the ever charges of racism?  Bass Pro, Memphis’ super star, is affected by its ugly presence.  There isn’t a day that goes by a […]

Memphis’s Leadership Needs Sensitivity Training

September 22, 2011 by


Robert Lipscomb and Councilman Myron Lowery’s statements are both callous and insensitive toward issues that affect groups and individuals who have suffered at the hands of those who practice discrimination. These two men represent Memphis, TN, which has the worst “racial” discrimination problems in the nation; home to the poorest African-Americans; and, in dire need […]

Ad Campaigns that Hurt!

August 6, 2011 by


So, I’m anti-whatever; but, I’m tired of corporations’ advertising campaigns connecting there products to my heritage.  Don’t you remember, “The Great Kings of Africa” campaign of Budweiser?  They started a generation of young blacks, who wanted to identify with Africa and their culture, to consume their product, alcoholic beverages.   We can see the negative outcome of that campaign […]

Is the National Debt an Issue for Black Americans?

July 17, 2011 by


The American people aren’t interested in reducing the national debt, really. They’re welcoming the burdening of their children for a thousand years and aren’t interested in reducing the national debt by about 30%. The American people can’t continue to overlook one of the greatest opportunities in their history: to cut the debt burden on our future.  To free the American […]